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six documents in the library in the category Recycling Solutions

Recycling Solutions: Recycling in general is often a method of reducing unnecessary production at a lower cost of GHG production, however, these calculations are often more extensive that meets the eye. The very special situation of recycling nuclear waste is a highly desirable activity that is very rarely considered, even by countries with the technological skills.

http://unfccc.int/files/focus/long-term_strategies/application/pdf/mid_century_strategy_report-final_red.pdf
also in categories biofuel, carbon capture, causes, coal, economics, effects, energy, forests, fossil fuel, government, habitation, hydroelectric, industry, mitigation, natural gas, negotiations, nuclear, petroleum, plans and scenarios, promising technology, recycling solutions, solar, success and failures, technology, transportation, wind moreless
US commitment to COP22. This document lays out a strategy to deeply decarbonize the U.S. economy by 2050. This document has been presented immediately after the US 2016 election results. At this point in time, little is known about the future of these very worthwhile commitments. moreless
https://toolkit.climate.gov/
also in categories agriculture, causes, community, economics, education and training, effects, energy, forests, government, health, industry, mitigation, models, recycling solutions, technology, transportation moreless
Frameworks and tools to understand and address climate issues that impact people and their communities. Build resilience to climate impacts, see what others are doing, explore local situations. moreless
http://unfccc.int/files/mfc2013/application/pdf/fr_strategy_resume2.pdf
also in categories agriculture, biofuel, carbon capture, coal, economics, energy, forests, fossil fuel, french, government, habitation, hydroelectric, industry, natural gas, nuclear, petroleum, plans and scenarios, recycling solutions, solar, technology, transportation, waste, wind moreless
Explains how France intends to reduce GHG to 140 Mt (divide by factor 4, 1990 — 2050) in two generations. moreless
http://senseaboutscience.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/making-sense-of-nuclear.pdf
also in categories economics, energy, government, health, mitigation, nuclear, promising technology, radiation, recycling solutions, solar, technology, waste, wind moreless
In recent years some prominent advocates for the environment have become advocates for nuclear power. Film directors,parliamentarians, journalists and environmental campaigners: people who once were opposed to nuclear power have changed their minds. moreless
http://www.sfen.org/fr/rgn/le-recyclage-pour-reduire-lempreinte-environnementale-du-nucleaire
also in categories french, nuclear, radiation, recycling solutions, waste moreless
An explanation of recycling used nuclear fuel and it’s environmental advantages. Details explained and calculations show the environmental impact, and compare with other resources. moreless
http://academie-technologies-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/2017/11/29/12/57/32/375/Joint_Franco_Chinese_Report_on_the_Nuclear_Energy_Future_07_09_2017.pdf
also in categories energy, government, nuclear, plans and scenarios, radiation, recycling solutions, waste moreless
In the later part of 2016 the Chinese Academy of Engineering and the French Academies (National Academy of Technologies of France and French Academy of Sciences) set up a joint Franco-Chinese study group. Its general objective was to prepare a common position paper to distil policies and technology options, including safety and waste management, for making nuclear power generation a component of future energy mixes in countries with the appropriate potential for implementing this energy. moreless

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